If you are thinking of buying in 2010 then you should listen to the buyers’ agents who keep their ears to the ground for price movements.
According to the Daily Telegraph, these agents view properties before anyone else does and get to analyse the important factors that can sway the price of properties.
County Homesearch samples the market and detects property microclimates where “hotspot” conditions may occur. “Niche pockets, where exceptional circumstances apply, may see slight price rises,” says chairman Jonathan Haward.
So what areas are most likely to rise first? According to these agents, Wickhambreaux (Kent), Henley-on-Thames (Oxfordshire), Cambridge (Cambridgeshire), Brookwood (Surrey) and Plymouth (Devon) are mostly like to benefit.